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  • 1.  Social Media guest registration

    Posted 08-02-2017 14:21
    Hi Community

    I am busy testing the new Google and Microsoft Social media Guest registration on NAC.

    I have created my Apps as stated in the Help file.
    When I test the registration and click on any of the socail media options I recieve a certificate error.

    In Chrome and Firefox I see "NET::ERR_CERT_AUTHORITY_INVALID
    In IE I see the following: "The security certificate presented by this website was not issued by a trusted certificate authority"
    "The security certificate preseneted by this website was issued for a different website's address"

    On a Iphone I see the following error:

    Error opening page
    Hotspot login cannot open the page because it could not establish a secure connection to the server"

    So for from the above it clearly is a certificate problem.

    What to do?????


  • 2.  RE: Social Media guest registration

    Posted 08-02-2017 14:26
    Hi Andre , on the Unregistered Role of the wireless controller you have to create a L7 "host" record which will allow google/microsoft sites. make sure you creating "host" , not a "signature" rules.
    To allow google , create two records : accounts.google.com and gstatic.com. Cannot advise you for the microsoft rules , don't have it handy now .


  • 3.  RE: Social Media guest registration

    Posted 08-02-2017 14:46
    Hi Yury

    Thx for the feedback, I have added the two entries for google and indeed does fox the issue!!!
    Thx
    Now for Microsoft and Facebook


  • 4.  RE: Social Media guest registration

    Posted 08-02-2017 14:54
    As I remember , facebook really simplified the OAUTH now , all you need to add is just facebook.com (use to be way more complex). For MS try this (did not test it personally) login.live.com , auth.gfx.ms


  • 5.  RE: Social Media guest registration

    Posted 06-20-2022 04:25
    Could you develop a tool to limit the possibility of registering on Facebook? This social media is long overdue to die, lol. My social networks are too tied to my Google account and computer memory, which worries me. I've repeatedly heard calls for the creation of a social media regulator, but I doubt that it'll solve the problem. I don't believe in the security and privacy of the Meta platforms. If my daughter can easily get attention on her account with 1394TA, what kind of privacy is there?